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Is This Obama's Last Chance to Close Guantanamo Bay?

Republicans are using their control of both chambers of Congress to push language that would kill the effort once and for all.

VA Blocked Over a Billion Cyberthreats in March

The Veterans Affairs Department could become quickly overwhelmed if the threat continues to escalate, the agency's top information officer said.

 

The Pentagon Could Soon Share Americans’ Data With Foreign Militaries

A new cyber strategy could provide allies with Americans' information gathered under proposed legislation.

Police Departments Are Stockpiling Stink Bombs for the Next Riot

Future protesters in places like Baltimore could be met with a new and disgusting chemical weapon.

How to Hack a Drone

Research studies on drone vulnerabilities have essentially provided hackers a guide for hijacking unmanned aircraft.

Shinzo Abe Is the Ally America Needs

The Japanese leader's visit, which starts Wednesday, will present a stark contrast to those of Iraq's Haider al-Abadi and Israel's Benjamin Netanyahu.

Rand Paul Loses His National Security Edge

The Kentucky senator secures his place among the 2016 GOP contenders after defending the White House drone policy he once lambasted in a 13-hour filibuster.

U.S. Special Forces Are Headed to Nepal

Nearly 70 rescue personnel and 45 tons of cargo will be sent to help with earthquake recovery. 

Report: Defense Department Sitting on $1.5 Billion for Afghanistan Reconstruction Projects

Money intended for local transportation, power, and education has yet to be spent.

Photos: The Real 'Rosie the Riveter' Women

In tribute of Mary Doyle Keefe, the model for Norman Rockwell's painting, we take a look at the women who worked on the home front during World War II.

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